12 Celebrity #TBT Photos You May Have Missed This Week

This week the Spice Girls gave us a dose of “girl power”! Welcome back to #ThrowbackThursday.

1. Mel B (aka Scary) took us back to 1997, with this photo of the Spice Girls from their cover shoot for Rolling Stone.

2. Clearly, Victoria Justice was not having it in this photo.

3. Mia Farrow is breathtaking in this iconic photo taken by Roddy McDowall.

4. Don and Betty Draper in happier times!

5. Remember when Jessica Alba played a homophobic-teenage mother who dumped her baby in a dumpster on Beverly Hills, 90210?

6. Nick Cannon, Amanda Bynes, and Kenan Thompson really were ALL THAT!

Also, was the photo taken with an earlier cellphone camera?

7. So cute: Hank Azaria and Tigger.

I lost my mind when I met Tigger. He's still the celebrity I was most excited to meet. #tbt

— Hank Azaria (@HankAzaria)

8. Sarah Michelle Gellar reminds us that Buffy and Willow had some serious fashion moments.

@alydenisof I'm telling you we could be trendsetters (just don't copy my tragic hair-doNT)

— Sarah Michelle (@RealSMG)

9. Back in 1999, Modern Family’s Sarah Hyland was an adorable orphan in Annie.

10. Speaking of adorable, here is Ellen Page on the set of her first film in 1997.

TBT from 1997, with my dear friend Jennie Raymond on the set of Pit Pony. First job ever. #goodtimes

— Ellen Page (@EllenPage)

11. Tiffani-Amber Thiessen proves she’s always been a good cook. Hopefully those cupcakes were for the cast of Saved by the Bell.

#tbt Cooking in 92' #DinneratTiffanis @CookingChannel

— Tiffani Thiessen (@TAThiessen)

12. And finally, Michelle Rodriguez remembered her The Fast and the Furious co-star Paul Walker. (RIP)

With us forever... @RealPaulWalker @Tyrese @FastFurious #tbt #throwbackthursday

— Michelle Rodriguez (@MRodOfficial)

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